Grateful Dead Live at Felt Forum - Madison Square Garden on 1971-12-05
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Bill Graham Introduction
Beat It On Down The Line
Big Boss Man
song of spring (tuning)
Brown Eyed Women
Playing In The Band
Next Time You See Me
Comes A Time
One More Saturday Night
"#1 Hit Single!"
Ramble On Rose
It Hurts Me Too
Dark Star ->
Me and My Uncle ->
Dark Star ->
Sittin' On Top of the World
Me and Bobby McGee
Big Railroad Blues
You Win Again
Not Fade Away ->
China Cat Freakout ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Not Fade Away
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|Bill Graham Introduction|
|Beat It On Down The Line|
|Big Boss Man|
|song of spring (tuning)|
|Brown Eyed Women|
|Playing In The Band|
|Next Time You See Me|
|Comes A Time|
|One More Saturday Night|
|"#1 Hit Single!"|
|Ramble On Rose|
|It Hurts Me Too|
|Dark Star ->|
|Me and My Uncle ->|
|Dark Star ->|
|Sittin' On Top of the World|
|Me and Bobby McGee|
|Big Railroad Blues|
|You Win Again|
|Not Fade Away ->|
|China Cat Freakout ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->|
|Not Fade Away|
-- Show is complete except for *long* tuning before Dark Star
-- Missing pieces repaired with the circulating (so-called) Pre-FM:
-- Two second splice at 0:42 into "Bertha".
-- Two second splice on "You Win Again" starting at 2:20
-- Spliced from 3:30 in "You Win Again" through to 0:28 into "Not Fade Away"
-- The show leads up to a freaky China Cat fugue. Listen for the
-- China Cat lick in Tennessee Jed, Me and Bobby McGee and in
-- Going Down the Road at 0:20 and 2:30.
- Master Reel -> CD -> EAC -> FLAC
- New York, NY
- Run time
- FM -> Master Reel
- Taped by
- Don Rohde
- Transferred by
- Phil Matera
Subject: perfection personified
In one word: Fierce.
Subject: Just missed it!
Subject: ditto Tony
Four 90-minute cassettes that became worn out over the years. I probably considered myself a Dead Head before, but this night made it official.
I am at this very second burning a set of disks for a friend.
Go here for the New Riders set:
Subject: If Rock and Roll Was Gonna Have a Godfather...
Subject: Arent these all the same source?
All of these share the same static...pre-FM would be static free...
Still - the most riveting "Comes A Time" ever...
Subject: #1 in Turlock!
Muddy Water is a rare treat and this version of Tennessee Jed is one of the best ever with a lot of jump to it. Comes a Time is just gorgeous. This is pointless... I'm just going to name every song!
A gem of a performance.
Subject: Tape worn out
My tape was a 2nd or 3rd gen from one of the guys who taped it from the FM. Since that was almost 40 years ago you can imagine what's happened to my tape....also we did loose some when we flipped the reels...
Does any out there have a better than MP3 quality copy that's complete or near complete?
Subject: Some hidden gems
Also overlooked, partly because of weakness in the mix in the beginning of the show: Phil in Bertha.
The man is telling a story. This is a unique performance, by Phil, in Bertha.
It's too bad there's not a better board available.
Subject: The Show.
I remember Pig looking weak. Felt bad. Pig was missing from some of this run as I recall.
Good Venue. Easy to get to from Queens.
Miss the boys.
Subject: Four Hours and Twenty-Five Minutes Later 2
Perhaps one of his finest singing performances.
--- Happy Birthday Jerry
--- Happy Birthday All
Subject: Much better
After spending a good chunk of the past few years becoming a trekkie-like collector of shows, I had to put my favorite hobby on hold as the last 8 months of my life have turned to a steaming pile of poo, and getting new shows to give away and trade fell off my radar. Things are turning around for the better all at once and now I'm back baby, and this show is like my Welcome Home. What a great welcome it is, right from Bill Graham's intro on through! This show is tremendous, and I just love '71
Thanks again and big love to all who keep the music flowing!
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